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... some of the folks stop to pet him. We went to the visitor center and on the stoop outside the door was a foot tall figurine of a Yellow Lab that said ‘Welcome’. I guess that means Harley can come inside, too.
Cheryl asked a few questions and then we went back to the Jeep to make our exit from the parkway. During our drive we saw lots of motorcycles, numerous cars and trucks, a few bicyclists and one small RV.
We were a ...
Hello from Asheville, North Carolina. We pulled out of the Fresh Market parking lot this morning around 9:30 after a comfortable night. We did notice that being parked under the light really attracted the bugs. Our roof exhaust vent is full of little dead bugs. I think some of them were small enough to fit through the mesh in the screen and were attracted to the light from the computer screen. Darn bugs.
Our plan was to stay ...
... 8217;t too hot today, so didn’t seem
bad. And the mountain laurel were in full bloom along the trail, which
made for a beautiful sight. In a little over two miles, the trail split
– Daniel Ridge Loop Trail continued to the left and Farlow Gap Trail
(#106) went right. We turned right, initially climbing steeply up via
switchbacks as we got above Right Fork. The trail curved around a
ridge, crossed Daniel Ridge Creek, and then curved around ...
... hills in the mountains and ended up being 5miles and climbing 4,000ft in elevation. To put that into perspective, 1,000 ft for every 10miles ridden is considered very challenging.... We were wiped yesterday. To continue epic Memorial Day, we headed into town of Asheville for some Mexican and beers - great way to end the day!! Hope you all enjoyed yours as well!! Now off to work... On the build ...
... tired of walking. Coming from LA where we have to drive everywhere, I was surprised that they didn't enjoy more the convenience of having so much so close. Yesterday was college day, as we took the older kids to Durham to visit Duke. We also saw UNC. The first thing everyone said about Duke was that it was very green. Clearly I have not done a good enough job of educating them about basketball, because they were not nearly as excited as they should ...